Victor matrix B-14756. My homeland / Ema Destinnová ; Dinh Gilly

TitleSource
My homeland (Primary title)Disc label (RDI)
Kde domov muj (Parallel (translated) title)Disc label (RDI)
Authors and ComposersNotes
Rev. Vincent Pisek (translator)
PersonnelNotes Hide Additional Titles
Ema Destinnová (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Dinh Gilly (vocalist : baritone vocal)
  • Description: Vocal duet (soprano and baritone), with orchestra
  • Category: Vocal
  • Language: Czech
  • Master Size: 10-in.
  • Title Note: Victor ledgers: From "20 Bohemian folk songs," translated and compiled by Rev. Vincent Pisek
Notes
An EDVR user notes, "This song is actually the Czech national anthem. It came from a Singspiel or operetta called Fidlovacka (1834) with text by famous Czech writer Josef Kajetan Tyl and music by famous Czech composer Frantisek Skroup. It asks "Where is my homeland?" and had achieved the status of a folksong long before becoming the national anthem sometime after 1918."
Source(s): Bolig Red Seal vol. 1; Rigler-Deutsch Index; Victor ledgers.
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
4/23/1914 Camden, New Jersey 1 Destroy
4/23/1914 Camden, New Jersey 2 Master Victor 87207 10-in.
4/23/1914 Camden, New Jersey 2 Master Victor 87555 10-in.
4/23/1914 Camden, New Jersey 2 Master Victor 3002 10-in.
4/23/1914 Camden, New Jersey 2 Master Gramophone 7-54005 10-in.
4/23/1914 Camden, New Jersey 2 Master Gramophone DJ-101 10-in.

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor matrix B-14756. My homeland / Ema Destinnová ; Dinh Gilly," accessed September 21, 2017, http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/200015069/B-14756-My_homeland.

Victor matrix B-14756. My homeland / Ema Destinnová ; Dinh Gilly. (2017). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved September 21, 2017, from http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/200015069/B-14756-My_homeland.

"Victor matrix B-14756. My homeland / Ema Destinnová ; Dinh Gilly." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2017. Web. 21 September 2017.

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